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At the beginning of the 60s, once he had finished his architectural studies, Paco Rabanne decided to launch himself into the fashion world. The style revolution that was happening at this time inspired him to create his own Haute Couture Collection. Thus, Paco Rabanne was one of this avant-garde young stylist and creative designers that were popping up all over Europe.
From his first fragrance, Calandre, in 1969, to 1 MILLION in 2008, Paco Rabanne has enjoyed numerous hits, putting his bold style at the service of fragrances that are always creatively bewitching.
Innovation, sensuality, audacity and architecture are Paco Rabanne’s core values. Those qualities also apply to the surprising fragrances dreamt up by the designer to inflame desire.